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Exceptional flavor and the eggs in the middle are so attractive.. Make sure you place the eggs right across the meatloaf so all slices get a slice of egg. I used 4 boiled eggs.. This is wonderful to serve cold as well for a luncheon with a green salad & crusty rolls. I served this for dinner with lightly buttered noodles, steamed broccoli, and baby carrots. The sauce is lovely over the noodles. Easy step by step instructions. Thank you Mimi for a great recipe

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Bergy February 27, 2003

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br/> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br/> <br/> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Amberngriffinco April 08, 2013

This is how we make this dish as well. It goes great with mashed potatoes. The eggs in the middle are great, they not only make it look more interesting than a plain meat loaf, they also make sure than you don't end up with a dry outside to reach a fully cooked inside. We usually add a bit of chili pepper to it too to give it more of a kick but this isn't necessary if you have picky eaters, as it isn't traditional. It makes for a cheap and filling "Sunday roast."

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Tea Girl May 16, 2010

Even though I think I hardened an artery eating this meal, it was well worth it. Excellent german recipe!! I felt I was in the Fatherland as I ate this exceptional meatloaf and washed it down with a good beer. The gravy is what really adds to this meal. Used it over the meat and over some freshly made spaetzle and served with a side of german green beans (another excellent recipe found in the 'zaar). Can't say enough good things about this meal.

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Jay #71 January 10, 2005
German Meatloaf (Falscher Hase) "False Hare"